Level: beginner

The modal verbs are: 

can
may
must
shall
will
could
might

should
would

We use modals to show if we believe something is certain, possible or impossible:

My keys must be in the car.
It might rain tomorrow.
That can't be Peter's coat. It's too small.

We also use them to do things like talk about ability, ask permission, and make requests and offers:

I can't swim.
May I ask a question?
Could I have some tea, please?
Would you like some help?

Modal verbs

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the most excellent and helpful site for me.
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hi sop

I studied enough but I'm really confused when I make a sentence to say.
I'm not sure when  I use should or have to or must.
So I want to know difference. Please help me.

For example,                                                                                                                  
1. We have to meet at 6 o'clock at the station.                                                           
2. You should get up early than before.                                 
3.  I'll have to look at my phone(Series 01 Episode 06)

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This site is very good   for learning English especially pronunciation  

Hello, I have a question please. I am a little bit confused about the wording of my sentence written in my report (in the action items section): "The investigator to correct the entry" meaning that the investigator has/needs to correct the entry. Is my first sentence correct? is it possible to remove "has/needs" in the sentence when we want to use "have to" need to"? I'm not quite sure about my wording even if I'm sure I have heard some phrases like this... Thank you for your help.
Bye

Hello Kouldz
I've come across this in business documents such as action lists and minutes of meetings, so yes it is appropriate for the action items section of your report and your wording is correct.
I hope this helps
All the best
helen
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What are simple and perfect gerund ? Explainn this topic with a few example in simple way . Please provide lot of examles .

Hello Sagir Patel
The simple gerund of the verb 'do' is 'doing'; its perfect gerund is 'having done'. As you can see, the perfect gerund is formed from 'having' + the past participle (3rd form) of the verb.
All the best
Kirk
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